BBC Documentary ‘India’s Daughter’ Uploaded on Youtube, Goes Viral Despite Ban in India

A BBC documentary on Mukesh Singh, one of the December 16, 2012 gang rape convicts, has been uploaded on video sharing website YouTube by an individual despite an explicit ban in India as announced by Home Minister Rajnath Singh in parliament. The Indian home ministry on Wednesday said orders were obtained from court to restrain the broadcast of the documentary. ...

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Thanks PM Modi, Kejriwal is in Bangalore for 10 Days Naturopathy Treatment,

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal reached Bangalore to undergo 10 days of naturopathy treatment at Jindal Naturecure Institute from today, according to the party’s Karnataka chief Prithvi Reddy, who confirmed it to the media. Arvind Kejriwal is known for his chronic cough visibly seen in many of his TV interviews aired on national TVs. After fighting the Delhi elections successfully, ...

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Whitney Houston’s Daughter in Coma on 22nd Birthday; Father Denies Live TV Show Rumor on Her Last Days

Father of Bobbi Kristina, Bobby Brown has released a statement denying rumors that he is planning a reality TV show on his daughter’s hospitalization. Bobbi Kristina was hospitalized since she was unconscious in a bathtub similar to the fate that her mother Whitney Houston was found when she died of drug overuse three years ago. “There is no Brown family ...

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ISRO Postpones IRNSS-1D Launch Due to Last Minute Glitch in Telemetry Transmitter

ISRO has postponed the launch of its fourth navigation satellite IRNSS-1D scheduled for launch around March 9 just ahead of the clearance for board after anomaly found in its telemetry transmitters at the last minute. The entire system was put through a full test on Tuesday, March 3 and the glitch was noticed during the integrated electrical checks of the ...

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Japan orders Uber to suspend pilot program

Japanese authorities have ordered ride-sharing app Uber to suspend its pilot programme, saying it violates the country’s laws, media reported on Wednesday. The San Francisco-based firm that uses an app to put passengers in touch with private car owners launched a pilot programme in early February in Fukuoka in southern Japan, in collaboration with a local university. The project was ...

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Kargil war tripped Pakistan, says Daily Times

The Pakistani military’s decision to launch a covert war against India in Kargil in 1999 has made Islamabad “progressively irrelevant” internationally, a columnist said Wednesday. “In the context of Pakistan-India relations, 1999 can be called one of the most significant years of the post-Cold War phase,” wrote columnist Qaisar Rashid in the Daily Times. He said the Kargil war “suggested ...

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Insurance bill passed in Lok Sabha

The Lok Sabha on Wednesday passed the insurance sector amendment bill, which seeks to hike the foreign equity cap on domestic companies from 26 percent to 49 percent, despite opposition protests. Formally called the Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill, it seeks to replace an ordinance that was promulgated earlier. The bill now faces a crucial test in the Rajya Sabha, the ...

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